A brand new dark comedy musical that explores male mental health and the stigma surrounding suicide

Featuring an original script and songs by Jason Goodwin-Tully, ACIDflashback Productions are proud to be making their fringe debut with such a groundbreaking piece of new writing.

Suicide Pact is a brand new dark comedy musical that explores male mental health and the stigma surrounding suicide. Two strangers meet on a bridge one night and strike up an unlikely friendship after making a pact to kill themselves. As they continue to share their stories, we realise how their different paths led them to the bridge that night and how their newfound friendship might not be enough to save them both.

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Cast & Creatives

Ronan Radin

Ronan trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and has been living and working in London for the past four years. Originally from Edinburgh, Ronan has performed in nine fringe shows at the Edinburgh Fringe as well as directing a show in 2013. Further credits can be found on his spotlight 

Producer / actor

Jason Tully

Jason trained as an actor at the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama in Dublin and Columbia College Chicago. He has worked professionally as an actor all over the world including London, Dublin, Hong Kong, Chicago and now Edinburgh. His writing has been staged at the world renowned Second City in Chicago, as well as in the UK and Ireland. Jason lives in London and is involved in various screenwriting and playwriting projects with various production companies as well as being an actor.

writer / actor

Charmaine K Parkin

Since graduating from the BA Acting and Contemporary Theatre Course at East 15 Acting School, Charmaine has set up BOK Theatre, which specialises in applied theatre and workshops, as well as SISATA, which makes classic stories accessible for modern audiences. As well as producing and directing for her own companies, Charmaine has directed with Doppleganger Productions, Germany’s White Horse Theatre, Juno Theatre and Dramatic Productions at the Lighthouse in Poole. Charmaine is also facilitating Project reSILiENCE,a campaign to open up the discussion on male mental health in the South Asian Community.


Amelia Gardham

Amelia studied acting at the Arts University in Bournemouth and has collaborated on projects at the Etcetera Theatre, Poole Lighthouse Theatre and the Wandsworth Fringe. She recently directed “A Calling”, a new writing piece set in a rural community exploring men’s mental health in the farming industry and co-directed “INVINCIBILLY” to great acclaim.


Venue Information

Space Q1
Time & Duration 19:00 for 0 hour(s) & 50 minute(s)
Full Price £11.50
Concession £8.50
Family £8.50

Our Supporters

Charlotte Sisson

Moe Liebelt

King Manual Therapy

Robbie Hannah

Sir Nicholas Hytner

Lydia Milne

Catherine Higgins 

Sarah-Elizabeth Daly

Alex Lyne